Young scientists get awards at Cascade View

The following are the science award winners chosen during Cascade View Elementary School’s science, art and spelling night, held Friday, March 28, at school:

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The following are the science award winners chosen during Cascade View Elementary School’s science, art and spelling night, held Friday, March 28, at school:

Fifth grade:

• First place, Anthony Tassielli and Christopher Sayles for static electricity.

• Second place, Jake Smith for hatching chicken eggs.

• Third place, Cal Gillard for NASA.

Fourth grade:

• First place, Reid Lutz, Justin Lutz, and Audrey Brown for paper airplanes.

• Second place, Silas Palmisano for soda pop bottle rocket.

• Third place, Gauri Narayan for magnets and motors.

• Honorable mention, Nicholas Townsend for conduction detector.

Third grade

• First place, Ashley Creech and Samantha Holmes for flower power.

• Second place, Todd Good for density-liquid layers.

• Third place, Sarah Bosworth for lemon power.

• Honorable mention, Steven Watters for volcano.

Second grade

• First place, Dominic Rovito for thermal conductivity of materials.

• First place, Lindsey Brown for pyramids.

• Second place, Spencer Koral and Ryan Stuit for Curtis rocks.

• Third place, Vishnu Rathnam for electrical bugs.

• Honorable mention, Katie Webster for “My Terrarium.”

First grade

• First place, Bryanna Stevens-Harwood for paper chromatography.

• Second place for her solar system, Beth Hungerpiller.

• Third place, Sam Brown for solar system.

• Honorable mention, Ryan Horn for Earth’s amazing ecosystems.

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